We propose you a tour around the three Basque capitals, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Bilbao and Donostia/San Sebastián, and the coasts of Zarautz, Hondarribia and Irun along with Easter’s schedule.

This Easter, escape to Euskadi. Plan a trip to get to know its cities and the most distinguished coastal towns. In just over an hour, you can visit each of them and enjoy their attractive and complementary tourist offer. We are waiting for you!


Discover Vitoria-Gasteiz. A city designed on a human scale and where you can enjoy its urban parks, museums and a wide variety of food and wine offerings.

If you fancy to delve deeper, we recommend you to get to know the most emblematic corners and the most curious secrets from the hand of professional guides.

The observation of birds and deers in the Salburua Wetlands Interpretation Centre, even a visit to a fairy-tale medieval wall in its historic center will delight the little ones.



Don’t miss out on Basque Fest 2022, a must visit event for anyone who wants to get to know Basque culture this Easter. From April 13th to the 17th, this festival offers you more than 200 activities, from rural sport events, where you can enjoy the best harrijasotzailes or aizkolaris, to Basque Dances combined with good music. In addition, as a new feature, the three Goya Awards winner film, Maixabel, will be displayed. All this accompanied by a luxury gastronomic offer.



This emblematic destination on the Basque coast is waiting for you with a wide variety of plans for the whole family. Without forgetting the XX Beer Festival of Zarautz 2022 that includes activities for all kind of audiences, a children’s area, workshops and concerts every night, all this marinated with the best beer. Don’t forget to visit the neighboring towns of Getaria, Zumaia, Orio and Aia.



Enjoy Easter in Donostia/San Sebastián taking a seven-kilometre walk from Zurriola beach to Peine del Viento monument, pedaling along the Donostia cycling route, discovering its varied museum offer or getting to know the most important highlights through its guided tours. Do not forget to eat pintxos in its historic center and, for dessert, a typical donostiarra ice cream.

Donostia-San Sebastián


For over 400 years, on Good Friday the streets of the historic center of Hondarribia have been traversed in silence representing ten images of the passion and death of Jesus Christ. It is one of the few towns in Gipuzkoa that maintains the tradition, inherited from past generations, of carrying out the Procession of Silence or Comedy of the Passion. The Municipal Band closes this procession interpreting Chopin’s funeral march.

Irun is a nearby location offering a perfect balance of culture and shopping, surrounded by a privileged landscape. You will be able to feel the magic when crossing the international bridge that connects two countries!